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  • VOL. 151 - NO. 40 SIDNEY, NEW YORK THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 2017 SUGGESTED PRICE 75

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    Spartan Soccer Takes Shelter Thanks to Community Effort

    Blake and Treffeisen (left) stand with varsity boys coach Scott Hornung and the Spartan girls soccer team Friday, Sept. 29 by the new soccer dugouts. Girls varsity coach Sue Herodes (inner right) is joined by Booster Club member Missy Komenda, Unatego employee Sherry Maruszewski, superintendent of Unatego Central School District Dr. David Richards and Booster Club president Katherine Newman.

    By Allison Collins

    UNADILLA/OTEGO Several sectors of the Unatego community came together recently to fund, construct and deliver two brand-new 3,000-pound wooden soc-cer dugouts for the benefi t of Spartan and visiting male and female soccer players. The project, conceptualized by members of the Unatego Spartan Booster Club more than two years ago, came to fruition this fall.

    President of the Unatego Spartan Booster Club Kather-ine Newman explained: The Booster Club approached the (Unadilla Community Foun-

    dation) for a grant about two years ago specifi cally for soccer shelters at the high school. From there, she said, because of club members fi rst-hand knowledge of the superior work done through the BOCES Building Trades class, the group initiated a collaboration with Matthew White, Building Trades in-structor at the Chenango cam-pus, and his students, two of which happened to be Unat-ego Spartan soccer players. Not long after that, said New-man, the funding was granted.

    The funding came through in May (of last year) and BO-CES came on at the end of the school year, said Newman, adding, Matt White assured

    us he would make it the fi rst project of the new school year. Remembering the long but worthy process, Newman noted, Everything just fell into place.

    Booster Club member and past secretary Missy Ko-menda said the project was a priority because, before now, Spartan and visiting soccer players had no option for shel-ter from inclement weather. And, that two current players, seniors Noah Blake and Josh-ua Treffeisen, could be a part of building the structures, said Komenda, made the end result that much more meaningful.

    This was something the Booster Club wanted to do be-cause we work all year to do

    See Soccer, page 5

    Bainbridge CofC Names Snips & Snails Business of the Year

    McEvoy Earns Major Rank, Troop Commander Appointment

    Enjoy the Fruits of Fall Labor at Oct. 15 Awestruck Pressing Party

    Sidney Center Sunni Muslim Group Welcomes Community Members, Offi cials with Inaugural Meet & Greet

    See Sunni, page 4

    By Allison Collins

    FRANKLIN/SIDNEY CENTER Since 2003, a growing number of Sunni Muslims practicing the tradi-tional Nakshibendi Sufi way have made 1663 Wheat Hill Road, Sidney Center their dergah: a place of gathering, a spiritual center of worship,

    somewhere to cultivate simple living practices such as farm-ing and, above all, a welcom-ing community. The Osmanli Dergahi was founded by the late Sheykh Abdul Kerim el-Kirbrisi el-Rabbani; he passed in 2012.

    Today, dergah members have invested spiritually and economically in the Delaware and Otesgo county-area, es-

    tablishing several businesses and many positive relation-ships therein.

    On Monday, Oct. 2 at The Tulip and the Rose Caf in Franklin, an example of one such business, dergah mem-bers welcomed a broad cross section of area people to the groups inaugural meet and greet.

    Dergah member Omar Sid-

    See CofC, page 5

    BAINBRIDGE The Bainbridge Chamber of Com-merce recently announced winners of its annual Citizen of the Year and Business of the Year awards, naming June White and Snips & Snails, owned by Lori McGraw, as this years honorees.

    Lori McGraw, a Bainbridge native, said she launched Snips & Snails Childrens Consignment on a whim six years ago. Not knowing how

    it would go, McGraw began selling childrens clothing in a small space located at 28 N. Main St. in downtown Bain-bridge as a trial run. After a week of being open, McGraw said, she knew she was on to something.

    Months later, McGraw said, she quickly renovated a larger storefront located in the same building and expanded into non-clothing items. The business took off and over the years, McGraw has hired

    employees, built her customer base and realized she was out of room once more.

    In 2014, an addition was added to create a multi-level store. After that most recent expansion, McGraw not only sells gently used childrens items, but clothing for all ages, children and adults.

    I have big plans coming for Snips & Snails, noted McGraw, adding, Hopefully, another expansion, as we are constantly growing every

    See McEvoy, page 5

    By Allison Collins

    SIDNEY It was an-nounced last week that su-perintendent at New York State Police Troop C George

    Beach, II selected former captain William McEvoy for promotion to the rank of ma-jor and troop commander of the Sidney barracks. The ap-pointment became effective Sept. 21.

    McEvoy replaces previ-ous troop commander Ma-jor James Barnes, named to the post in December 2015. Barnes will advance to staff inspector at division head-quarters in Albany.

    See Awestruck, page 2

    By Allison Collins

    SIDNEY Awestruck Ci-ders, located and produced in Sidneys Industrial Park at 3 Winkler Ave., will welcome

    the season with a special pressing party Sunday, Oct. 15. The pressing party will take place at 2 p.m., with a ticketed workshop on fermen-tation at 6 p.m. Awestruck Ciders taproom, which now

    serves small plates and arti-sanal snacks alongside pints of hard cider, will be open un-til 9 p.m. that evening.

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    Columbus Day Deadline Notice

    In observance of Colum-bus Day Monday, Oct. 9, the deadline for submissions to Tri-Town News, Chenango American, Oxford Review-Times and Whitney Point Re-porter is being pushed back to Friday, Oct. 6 at 4 p.m.

    Submitted copy intended for the Oct. 12 edition of the paper should be sent in no lat-er than 4 p.m. Friday, Oct. 6.

    The TTN offi ce, located at 85 Main St. in Sidney, will also be closed on Columbus Day.

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    pressed hard ciders moved to Sidney in late 2015, opening January 2016. 2017 will mark the first year Wilcox and Vitte host a pressing party for their next batch of Empire Hard Cider.

    The intent, said Wilcox, is to welcome members of community and their apple harvests for a day of fresh-pressed, family-friendly cider-making.

    We just want to have a fun day with the community en-joying fall and apples, said Wilcox, adding, Theyre an amazing fruit.